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    A lot of college bowlers bowl in tournaments and win cash all the time. I have friends who bowl in adult leagues and tournaments and win cash a bunch and they bowl in the NCAA bowling tournaments during the season.

    If they are sanctioned as a youth bowler they cannot compete for prize money. There are a lot of leagues and tournaments that allow youth bowlers because they send their prize money into the SMART scholarship fund. Once they receive cash for bowling they would lose their youth eligibility and wouldn't be able to bowl things like Junior Gold.
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    Thank you for the clarification. Each sport has their own rules which only confuses things even more. I would just hate to see a young person lose any eligibility just because they wanted to have fun bowling a tournament.
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